A practical guide to pedagogy in the English classroom, supporting the teaching abstract, classic and challenging texts and concepts.
Many teachers are struggling with the new GCSE syllabus for Literature, and this book provides useful resources, strategies and approaches for the key areas of challenge in the English classroom.
Full of practical ideas for educators to use in their classrooms, it is the perfect book for any English teachers who want some fresh ideas for approaching GCSE Literature.
Mary Myatt -- ’Utterly compelling, joyous, brimming with wit and sharp as a pin on the teaching of literature.’
Dame Alison Peacock of the Chartered College for Teaching -- ‘Unapologetically ambitious, unashamedly academic, a great read.’
About the author
Jennifer Webb is a mum, a wife, an English Teacher and Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning at a diverse school in Inner City Leeds. She has been shaped by her dual British-Caribbean heritage and a family of dynamic women. Coming from a low income, single parent household, Jennifer achieved a place to read English at Merton College, Oxford and has spent almost a decade teaching in a range of schools in West Yorkshire. Jennifer is a well known blogger, teacher `tweeter', and regularly speaks at teaching conferences.
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|No of pages||172|
|Publication Date||14 Mar 2019|
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Price Value QualityExcellent book, full of great resources with a link to the author's website.